Life in the Upper Room – Waiting after Divorce

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What was going through the minds of Mary, the disciples, and Jesus’ followers as they sat in the Upper Room? Did they exchange eye contact? Did they talk in whispers? Just how afraid were they? Did they, even KNOWING, after SEEING with their own eyes and TOUCHING with their own hands, still question whether Jesus would keep His word?…

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Abandoned, But Not Alone: Take the First Step After Divorce

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I looked in through the driver’s side window and saw them dangling in the ignition as if they too were taunting me. “Look, but don’t touch.“ Through the glass they mocked me. I stood alone in the parking lot feeling the heat of the early summer sun beating down on me, and why shouldn’t it…

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Freedom to Be the Shepherd’s Voice in Divorce

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Divorce is an unspeakable loss, but losses seldom leave vacuums, and what you fill those losses with helps determine outlooks and outcomes, not just for you, but for those you meet as well It’s important to realize this is especially true for your children. For many, the emptiness of loss will merely be replaced with noise similar to…

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Freedom to Hear The Shepherd’s Voice in Divorce

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Divorce leaves the abandoned spouse with an emptiness that is hard to describe. It means the one person in the whole world who promised to love you for the remainder of your days has decided you’re not worth trying for one more time. It means he imagines there is something or someone better. Divorce and abandonment…

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